Wayward Sisters finally arrives tonight via Supernatural, so its a great time to be alive. Also, Arrow returns from its Winter hiatus tonight to find Team Olliver still broken but the threat from Cayden James persisting …
This afternoon, NBC released the first handful of photos for Part 1 of the 2 part season finale of The Brave. If and when they release more, we will update this post but in the meantime, here is your First Look at “Close to Home, Part 1,” airing on January 22, 2018.
The pictures don’t reveal much but here is the episode description: “When an unlikely suspect is involved in hacking a U.S. submarine, Dalton (Mike Vogel) and his team stumble upon a piece of Patricia’s past. With national security and lives at stake, Patricia (Anne Heche) heads to Turkey to confront one of her most epic demons. Also starring Tate Ellington (Noah Morgenthau), Demetrius Grosse (Ezekiel “Preach” Carter), Noah Mills (Joseph “McG” McGuire), Sofia Pernas (Hannah Rivera) and Hadi Tabbal (Amir Al-Raisani). Guest Starring James Tupper (Alex Hoffman), Chiara Aurelia (Verina Curtis), Salena Qureshi (Esma Reis) and Marc Crumpton (Victor) .”
Tonight is about the return of The Flash and the series premiere of the highly anticipated Black Lightning. The newest addition to the DC-Arrow verse looks like a solid entry and expect us to be recapping it here at Pop Culture Review.
Heroes and Morons, episode 2 of Season 3 of The Magicians, airs this Wednesday, January 17, but we are taking a First Look at the episode photos TODAY as well as an amazing trailer telling us the story of “The Tale of Seven Keys.”
Pictures and trailer after the jump …
The Brave returns with another new episode tonight; prepare for some fallout from last week’s daring rescue of Jaz. Elsewhere, the epic Season 1 finale of The Gifted (2 hours worth!)’ the return of Supergirl from hiatus and new episodes of The Good Doctor and Scorpion.
We love Friday TV because we love MacGyver and Marvel’s Agent’s of S.H.I.E.L.D. but otherwise, we struggle to fill the night. So, we are going to give Taken a chance and see what happens. Otherwise, not much to look at here, friends.
Not a great night for TV, friends. We’re going with The 23rd Annual Critics Choice Awards, mainly because the remarkable Gal Gadot is being given an award from her Wonder Woman director, Patty Jenkins. The only other thing that kind of interests us tonight, Inside The Actors Studio, wherein James Lipton will pepper Ted Danson with questions in his slightly hushed, trademark style. I am curious what Ted’s favorite curse word is.
Today, NBC posted pictures for next week’s The Brave episode, “Grounded.”
This is the episode description given: “With Patricia (Anne Heche) out of commission, Noah (Tate Ellington) is at the helm of the D.I.A. when FARC revolutionaries take control of a flight in Colombia. When negotiations mean life or death for the passengers on board, Hannah (Sofia Pernas) must make her return to the field. Also starring Mike Vogel (Adam Dalton), Demetrius Grosse (Ezekiel “Preach” Carter), Noah Mills (Joseph “McG” McGuire), and Hadi Tabbal (Amir Al-Raisani). Guest Starring Brett Tucker (Dr. Xander Martin), Jonathan Medina (Lalo Mahecha), Idara Victor (Elena Bernal), Vannessa Vasquez (Mari Calera) and Jos Viramontes (Edgar Triana).”
From the pictures below, it seems like Jaz is undergoing some kind of rehabilitation and Campbell, from the description, isn’t quite cleared from outing Jaz’s identity in the last episode. Like we said in our recap of “Desperate Measures,” there will be consequences and ramifications! Continue reading “First Look: The Brave – Grounded (Ep 111)”
Magic Wednesdays are officially a thing. With The Librarians still chugging along for a few more weeks and season premiere of The Magicians tonight, we don’t even know what to do with ourselves. Add in more Vikings and Knightfall and Wednesdays are over flowing with watchable TV right now!
Rise, the new NBC drama set to premiere on Tuesday, March 20 at 9pm, will blow your doors off. Featuring heartfelt, sincere and impassioned performances from its leads, in particular Josh Radnor who stars as English teacher turned school theater director, Lou Mazzuchelli, Rise will make you experience highs and lows and all the feels in between.
While not packed wall to wall with songs like some may be anticipating (this is NOT Glee), when the young cast members do open their mouths, their voices are amazing; keep an eye out on Auli’i Cravalho (Moana), Damon J. Gillespie (Inside Amy Schumer but basically this is his first acting gig), Amy Forsyth (The Path) and Ted Sutherland (this looks like his first regular series but he’s had several one shot appearances including on Law & Order: SVU), as the breakout young cast members. Below are the first look photos from the Pilot Episode.
The official show info from the release … “From Jason Katims, executive producer and showrunner of “Friday Night Lights” and “Parenthood,” and “Hamilton” producer Jeffrey Seller comes a heartening new drama about finding inspiration in unexpected places. When dedicated teacher and family man Lou Mazzuchelli (Josh Radnor) sheds his own self-doubt and takes over the school’s lackluster theater department, he galvanizes not only the faculty and students but the entire working-class town. Inspired by a true story.
The cast includes Josh Radnor, Rosie Perez, Auli’i Cravalho, Damon J. Gillespie, Marley Shelton, Rarmian Newton, Ted Sutherland, Amy Forsyth, Casey Johnson, Taylor Richardson, Joseph Tippett, Shirley Rumierk.”